Bachelor's programs, launched by the University Grants Commission (UGC), will not only equip the learners with the necessary skills but will also make them work-ready and boost their employability. This unique industry relevant degree programme involves learning through classroom sessions, experiential learning and practical know-how, honing skills in a wide range of different specialties, hence ensuring that graduates are suitably qualified for the specialized careers opening the pathways to job opportunities such as Fashion Designers, Costume Designer, Quality controller, Apparel Merchandiser, Retail Merchandisers, Visual Merchandisers, Production Manager, Brand Managers, Stylists, Fashion Photographers, Fashion Journalist/Bloggers/Influencers, Textile Designers, Graphic Designers, Production Managers, Sampling Head, Quality Assurer, Social Media & Digital marketing Managers, CAD Specialists, Etc.
A broad based understanding of the subject together with a fundamental knowledge of textiles and business administration is required to be successful in the clothing business. Practice oriented skills are essential for those intending to work in the technical and theoretical areas of fashion design. Furthermore, insight into target groups is decisive for successfully positioning products on the market. Similarly crucial is the ability to maintain quality standards, especially given the increased globalization of procurement markets. The course involves learning of diverse topics, therefore guaranteeing relevant qualification for the student’s fruitful careers ahead. Comprehensive discipline based mentoring is offered along with solid knowledge of sector specific jobs along with the aptitude to harvest various skills that are imperative to optimize learning. Students majoring in Fashion Design & Technology see themselves as designers of apparel and fashion with the emphasis on the developing marketable product line.
Your Visual Style
Understand the basic elements of visual styling in design, media, and photography.
To Think Like a Designer
Learn about collections and how they ore developed. Understand the need to design for the end customer.
Understanding Fashion Production
Learn the overall process for bringing a collection to life. Understand what skills and experience fashion employers are looking for.
Working in the Digital World of Fashion
Learn about editorial photography and design. Develop social media skills. Prepare look-books and content development.
Developing Fashion Marketing & PR Skills
Learn how media brands work with advertising partners. Develop professional networking skills.